Master of Social Work, Community and Social Justice
August 2014- May 2017
THE North Carolina a&t state university
Bachelors of Arts, Psychology; Political Science
August 2008- May 2013
PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION
Borja, S., Jeter, S. (2018). Neighborhood cohesion as a protective factor for parental adversity’s negative effect on early behavioral health.
Jeter, S., Borja, S. (2018). The role of cultural connection in the promotion of early childhood wellbeing.
Amtsberg, D., Borja, S., Johnson, S., & Jeter, S. (2018). Intergenerational continuity of adverse childhood experiences among female domestic violence survivors and their children.
PEER REVIEWED Presentations
Amtsberg, D., Borja, S., Johnson, S., & Jeter, S. (January 2019). Intergenerational continuity of adverse childhood experiences among female domestic violence survivors and their children. Poster accepted for presentation at Society for Social Work and Research 23rd Annual Conference.
Jeter, S. (December 2017). Neighborhood cohesion as a protective factor for parental adversity’s negative effect on Early Behavioral Health. Poster presented at the University of Houston Fall Research Conference, Houston, TX.
Jeter, S. (November 2018). Decreasing K-12 Teachers' Implicit Bias for Black Girls. Poster presented at the Council on Social Work Education 64th Annual Program Meeting.
Jeter, S., Borja, S. (May 2018). Cultural connection as a protective Factor Against the Negative Impact of Adversity on Early Behavioral Health. Poster presented at the Society for Prevention Research 26th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
Jeter, S., Borja, S. (July 2018). Does cultural connectedness play a protective role against adversity’s negative impact on early behavioral health? Oral presentation at the Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development.
Jeter, S., Borja, S. (January 2019). Neighborhood cohesion as a protective factor for parental adversity’s negative effect on Early Behavioral Health. Accepted for presentation at Society for Social Work and Research 23rd Annual Conference.
Jeter, S., Borja, S., & Piedra, C. (November 2018). The protective role of neighborhood cohesion against adversity’s impact on externalizing behavior. Oral presentation at the Council on Social Work Education 64th Annual Program Meeting.
Jeter, S., Menon, S. (October 2018). Parental incarceration and school suspension/expulsion are risk factors leading to Black female delinquency. Poster presented at the 42nd Annual NASW/Texas State Conference.
University of houston
Human Behavior in the Social Environment (Graduate)
August 2017-August 2018
BaFa BaFa Cultural Simulation (Graduate)
Research and Knowledge Building in Social Work Practice
Implicit Biases and Microaggressions (Undergraduate)
UNIversity of houston
Psychiatric Medication Adherence after Crisis Emergency Care in Young Adults (PACE-YA)
August 2018- current
Principal Investigators: Sarah Narendorf, PhD; Robin Gearing, PhD
Develop interview schedule, interview subjects, summarize and transcribe interview. Prepare and update study files and data. Maintain confidential records of interviews and study participant sensitive information. Conduct mixed method data collection and analysis to provide information on the symptom management practices of young adults living with mental illnesses.
St. Vincent Family Center
Community Psychiatric Support Treatment Worker
August 2016- May 2017
Provided case management services and trauma-informed intervention to a caseload of at least 20 clients in their homes, communities, and schools.
Empowered and assisted clients to move towards living independently of therapy and medication management.
Program Development and Evaluation Intern
May 2016- May 2017
Created organization wide evaluation of Therapeutic Preschool Program, Therapeutic School-Age Program, and Residential Care Program through the use of pre and post scores of The Devereux Early Childhood Assessment (DECA) and The Devereux Student Strengths Assessment (DESSA). Presented report to key stakeholders including board members, President/CEO, and Vice President. Project adopted as annual evaluation for the organization.
Developed, facilitated, and evaluated "Sister Circle", a weekly empowerment, skills building, and accountability group for the teen girls in residential care.
Adaptive Behavioral Specialist
January 2015- August 2016
Provided individual and group therapeutic treatment and trauma-informed intervention to students with emotional, intellectual, and behavioral disabilities.